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Library Extended Hours

Library Extended Hours

As the end of semester and exam time nears, the Law Library has entered our extended hours period. During this time, the library space will only be available to Osgoode students. Please see our update hours below: November 21 – December 22 Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 11:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am - 11:00pm Don't […]

Truth and Reconciliation Library Display

Truth and Reconciliation Library Display

In recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the Law Library has created a book display with materials acknowledging Indigenous legal histories and calls for justice.   Within the display, you will also find the waistcoat and sash worn by the first Indigenous Appellate Court Judge, Justice Harry S. Laforme. In addition to […]

Law Library Extended Hours

Law Library Extended Hours

The Osgoode Library Extended Hours period has begun this week and is as follows: March 21 – April 24 (Extended Hours)Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 10:00pmSaturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 6:00pm(Closed April 15 for Good Friday) April 25 – April 30 (Deferred Examination Period)Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 8:00pmSaturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm Restricted StudyDuring this period, the […]

New Digital Display: Indigenous Reconciliation

New Digital Display: Indigenous Reconciliation

Over the last few years, reconciliation between indigenous peoples and the rest of Canada has become an important topic for discussion. The new Indigenous Reconciliation digital display includes a selection of print and electronic books on this important topic.You can access this and other digital book displays created by the Osgoode reference librarians at the […]

New digital display: Covid-19 and the law

New digital display: Covid-19 and the law

The Covid-19 pandemic has radically altered our world. The new Covid-19 and the law digital display of print and electronic books is a selection of the Law Library’s collection of emerging literature on the global legal and policy responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.  You can access this and other digital book displays created by the Osgoode […]

New rare book room exhibit - On Trial!

New rare book room exhibit - On Trial!

A new rare book room exhibit, curated by Beck Shaefer, Library Cataloguing Assistant, is now on display in the library. On Trial! traces the way that trial accounts have been published and read since the end of the 17th century. Read the introduction and see images from the exhibit below: Trial accounts became popular in […]

Legal Research Workshops: Winter 2022

Legal Research Workshops: Winter 2022

Want to brush up on your research skills, or review how to navigate the research platforms available to you? The Law Library has organized a series of legal research workshops to help you review and better understand the intricacies of legal research and get more experience with the databases essential for your studies.  These sessions will […]

New digital display: disability and the law

New digital display: disability and the law

Review Osgoode Hall Law Library's selection of print and e-books covering disability, human rights, policy and the law, from both a Canadian and international perspective. The display can be viewed here - Disability and the Law Collection You can review this collection and other digital book displays created by our law Osgoode librarians at the […]

Lexis Securities Mosaic changes name to Intelligize

Lexis Securities Mosaic changes name to Intelligize

Offered exclusively to students and faculty who have a personal Lexis Advance Quicklaw account, Intelligize provides access to a wide variety of Canadian and American content:  SEC Filings SEDAR Filings Agreements and Other Exhibits  Analysis and Trends  Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)  Regulatory Materials  Comment Letters  No-Action Letters  Accounting Standards & Guidance  Securities Drafting & […]

Open Access Week of 2021

Open Access Week of 2021

Today marks the beginning of the 2021 International Open Access Week. This year's theme is “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity.", which intentionally aligns with the recently released UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. International Open Access Week is a time for the wider community to coordinate in taking action to make openness the […]